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1 A History of World Societies Ninth Edition CHAPTER 12 Cultural Exchange in Central and Southern Asia, to 1400 Copyright © 2011 by Bedford/St. Martin’s John P. McKay ● Bennett D. Hill ● John Buckler Patricia Buckley Ebrey ● Roger B. Beck Clare Haru Crowston ● Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks

2 I. Central Asian Nomads A.Nomadic Society 1. Conflicts 2. Political confederations B.The Turks 1. Western Turks 2. Eastern Turks 3. Mongolian Turks 4. Central Asian Turks

3 I. Central Asian Nomads C.The Mongols 1. Eastern nomadic groups D.Mongol Daily Life 1. Accommodations 2. Diet 3. Gender roles 4. Mongol youth

4 II. Chinggis Khan and the Mongol Empire A.The Chinggis Khan 1. Temujin 2. Great Ruler 3. Conquest B.Chinggis’s Successors 1. Ögödei 2. Khubilai Khan

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7 II. Chinggis Khan and the Mongol Empire C.The Mongols as Rulers 1. Spoils of war 2. Tax-farming 3. Resistance 4. Tamerlane

8 III. East-West Communication During the Mongol Era A.The Movement of Peoples 1. Rashid al-Din 2. Religious influences 3. William of Rubruck 4. Marco Polo B.The Spread of Disease, Goods, and Ideas 1. Bubonic plague 2. Trade growth 3. Intellectual thought

9 IV. India, Islam, and the Development of Regional Cultures, 300–1400 A.The Gupta Empire, ca. 320– Establishment 2. Administrative system 3. Gupta culture 4. Huns

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11 IV. India, Islam, and the Development of Regional Cultures, 300–1400 B.India’s Medieval Age and the First Encounter with Islam 1. Political division 2. Turk conquerors 3. Caste system conflicts

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13 IV. India, Islam, and the Development of Regional Cultures, 300–1400 C.The Delhi Sultanate 1. Origination 2. Timur D.Life in Medieval India 1. Agriculture 2. Crafts and trades 3. Kamasutra 4. Gender issues 5. Sati

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15 V. Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands, and the Growth of Maritime Trade A.State Formation and Indian Influences 1. Funan 2. Thai tribes 3. Khmer Empire

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18 V. Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands, and the Growth of Maritime Trade B.The Srivijaya Maritime Trade Empire 1. Origination 2. Chola invasion 3. Buddhism

19 V. Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands, and the Growth of Maritime Trade C.The Spread of Indian Culture in Comparative Perspective 1. Lacking bureaucratic outreach 2. Trade networks D.The Settlement of the Pacific Islands 1. Polynesians 2. Remote island cultures 3. Deforestation

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